Question of the day: at what point does "not preventing" pregnancy mean that you are "trying" to conceive? Does going off the pill automatically assume you are trying to conceive?
We spend so much time preventing or controlling the ideal time to when we'd like to start a family in society, that it seems that when you stop preventing it, the automatic assumption is that you are basically trying to conceive... but is that really the case?
Is there a period of time that when you stop preventing pregnancy, that you really are not "trying" to conceive? or is "not preventing" automatically put you in the Trying To Conceive category?
For the Husband and I, we were in the "not preventing" stage (just entered that stage) but many of our friends assumed we were "trying" - when in fact, we weren't "trying" but just wanted to let nature take its course. But does that mean we ARE trying?
A total random thought that floated into my head this weekend, that is really a trivial matter, but curious to see what you think?